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The Grossmünster is a Protestant Reformed church in the old town of Zurich. Their church patrons are Felix and Regula and Exuperantius. Until the Reformation, the Grossmünster was both part of a secular canon's monastery and a parish church. Together with the Fraumünster and St. Peter's Church, it is one of the best-known churches in the city. Its characteristic twin towers are the actual landmark of Zurich.